Object: Dance sign ’Gay Gordons’
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|Title||Dance sign ’Gay Gordons’|
|Medium summary||Wooden sign, painted on the front, black tape on the front, chalk on the back|
|Materials||wood, paint, pressure-sensitive tape, chalk|
x 602mm (Length)
x 3mm (Width/Depth)
|Credit line||Gift of Robert McLean, 2005|
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- GENERAL GORDON. (Evening Post, 04 November 1884) - National Library of New Zealand
- STAGE AND SCREEN MONTGOMERY'S WAY. "NOW I'M A LADY." THREE CINEMAS ON A LINER. SOVIET MUSICAL. "DRESSED TO THRILL." "AFTERWARDS" BY THESPIANS WINIFRED SHAW. "SPRING TONIC." GAY MUSICAL COMEDY. "THE CRUSADES." "PEG OF OLD DRURY." NEW OPTIONS. "DIAMOND JIM." CAPRA AND COOPER. VIENNESE BOYS' CHOIR. CHARLIE CHAN. "FRECKLES." REPERTORY'S NEXT CHOICE. PRIZE FILM. "CURLY TOP." "THE BLACK CHAMBER." FRENCH STAR'S HOBBY. "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPE II." "LEGION OF VALOUR." WHEELER AND WOOLSEY. "H.M.S. PINAFORE." "LES MISERABLES." SYDNEY FAIRBROTHER. SONG-PIANOFORTE RECITAL. (Evening Post, 03 October 1935) - National Library of New Zealand
- STAGE AND SCREEN "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION." "THE GUV'NOR." "THE CRUSADES." NEW BROADWAY MELODY. A RECORD RUN. "WHITE HORSE INN" PRODUCTION. MUST BE VERSATILE. MARIE NET'S NEW ROLE. AID. "THE MELODY LINGERS ON." CLAIR ON THE CINEMA. FARCICAL COMEDY. "BARBARY COAST." "IN OLD KENTUCKY." A TALENTED DANCER. "THIS IS THE LIFE." YVONNE PRINTEMPS FOR LONDON. "CAPTAIN BLOOD." MARION DAVIES. WILLIAMSON NEWS. HIS NEXT. FAMOUS PLAY. INTERNATIONAL GIRL. "CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE." "WITHOUT REGRET." NO RETIREMENT. "BROKEN BLOSSOMS." LONDON SUCCESSES. "MOONLIGHT-BLONDE." BEAUTY A HANDICAP. POPULAR JUVENILE. THE "MESSIAH" ON SUNDAY. A SITWELL BALLET. ANOTHER BORGIA PLAY. NEW TITLE. (Evening Post, 12 December 1935) - National Library of New Zealand
- STAGE AND SCREEN "GO INTO YOUR DANCE." MICKEY MOUSE'S BIRTHDAY. HACKETT PLAY FOR WELLINGTON. CURVES WANTED. MIXING SONGS SPY STORY CHARLES LAUGHTON'S NEXT. WELLINGTON MALE VOICE CHOIR. "ESCAPE ME NEVER." FAILS TO CHANGE. ARLISS. NO MORE LADIES." MARIAN MARSH. "THE RAVEN." JOAN AND BETTY RAYNER. STORY OF THE BOUNTY. SEVENTY POUNDS COSTUME "SHE GETS HER MAN." "REVOLT IN THE DESERT." KATHARINE HEPBURN. MARSHALL AND LOMBARD, THE BRITISH DRAMA. MAE WEST OUTDONE. "MANHATTAN MOON." "DIAMOND JIM." HENRY FONDA. (Evening Post, 12 September 1935) - National Library of New Zealand
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